Asia Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Asia activity »
  1. 1 ?driver/guide recommendation in Chiang Rai/Chiang Mai
  2. 2 Trip Report On the road again - to Incredible India.
  3. 3 Bali - What to do?
  4. 4 Seim Reap: hotels?
  5. 5 Tips in Myanmar
  6. 6 Tuk-tuk, songthew or taxi?
  7. 7 Elephant Hills or Elephant Haven in Thailand?
  8. 8 Seeking Help With My Sri Lanka And South India Itinerary: Rough Draft #1
  9. 9 Road Scholar tour in China
  10. 10 Being customs
  11. 11 Internship in Beijing - 4 weeks Where to stay?
  12. 12 Thailand Itinerary with kids--advice needed
  13. 13 Favorite Andaman coast beach hotels with kids?
  14. 14 Itinerary help - 10 days Japan
  15. 15 myanmar
  16. 16 Feedback on rough one month SE Asia trip
  17. 17 Honeymoon destination help!!!!!
  18. 18 Trip Report The Mystic East - a tale of hot food, hot weather, airmiles and imodium.
  19. 19 Help w/ 20 Days in South India & Sri Lanka
  20. 20 Where to stay in Tokyo
  21. 21 A beach of choice on Samui
  22. 22 Quick question about Vietnam Visa Exception during overland crossing
  23. 23 Travel India solo
  24. 24 Month in Cambodia and Laos - January 2017
  25. 25 3.5 Weeks in Japan (First-time) Itinerary Help
View next 25 » Back to the top

2 days in Seoul

Jump to last reply

I am planning on flying KoreanAir to Vietnam, and since I would be flying via Seoul, I was considering laying over for 2 days or so, in order to acclimate to the time change and get a brief taste of the city. If 2 days a worthwhile amount of time to bother doing this? Or should I just jet through to my final destination and come back another time? My wife was born in Korea and left at a very young age, so I figure at some point we'll travel back when our son is a bit older and see it anyway.
Basically, my flight would arrive around 0400. I would spend the entire day, and all of the next day, and fly out around 2200hrs the 2nd day.
PS I'm 34 years old, male, and would be interested in sightseeing and eating.

7 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement